I like American programmes especially detectives. I watch them everyday.
They are American programmes and they are set in America. That seems fair.
"Torchwood" was a British programme. It was set in Britain. In fact, it was one of the few programmes on our national network that was set in Wales. But not anymore. Evidently, the only way that Americans could contemplate putting money into the new series was if the BBC agreed to set it in the USA.
My guess is that the vast majority of Americans won't watch anything that is not set in America even though the American economy is kept afloat by everybody else in the world watching stuff set in America.
Well, enough's enough. Even though I love "Torchwood" and have just watched episode one of the new series I will be watching no more. There comes a point where you have to face down the bully even if it hurts to do so.
I wonder, when it is broadcast in the USA if they will dub the Welsh actress' lines.